Rainwater regulation

Regulating stormwater is not only an eco-responsible approach, but also a smart strategy for preserving our environment and urban infrastructure.

Making the most of rainwater at source, through total or partial disconnection from networks or by returning it after use, aims to :

  • Desaturate sewage networks and, in separate zones, facilitate the management and even the collection of wastewater that flows improperly into stormwater networks,
  • Reduce pollution by limiting runoff and combined discharges into the natural environment,
  • Redesigning the urban landscape by desilting and/or greening the city,
  • Save drinking water by using rainwater for watering and washing floors,
  • Improve the efficiency of wastewater treatment plants by reducing dilution of water from combined sewer systems.

​By investing in stormwater regulation, communities and businesses can achieve long-term savings by reducing the costs associated with flooding, repairing damaged infrastructure and purifying water.

Regulating rainwater is more than just a necessity. It’s an eco-responsible gesture that helps to protect our environment, reduce the risk of flooding and ensure the sustainable use of water resources. It’s a win-win approach that offers environmental, economic and aesthetic benefits. So, next time the rain falls, remember the importance of regulating stormwater for a greener, healthier future.

Rainwater regulation

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